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    Please note the content about the College's QA (Quality Assurance) Program in the Continuing Competence chapter is no longer current. Visit the QA section on the website  for accurate, up-to-date information on QA. The other chapters in the Professional Standards learning module are accurate and current. Return to the main page of the...

  • QA Program 2014 - NNR Series Teleconference Slides

  • Get a head start on your Learning Plan

    It’s time to start creating your annual Quality Assurance (QA) Program Learning Plan. This plan will help you identify your learning needs to remain competent. You are required to participate in ongoing quality improvement of your nursing practice throughout your nursing career.    A good place to start is by evaluating your 2017...

  • Professional Accountability and Responsibility

    The nurse demonstrates an understanding of professional accountability and responsibility by practising in accordance with legislation and College standards. The nurse: 3.01  Articulates the responsibility for all nurses to practice in accordance with College standards. 3.02  Identifies that registration with the College, rather than...

  • QA Practice Assessment – French: April 23, 2014

    Cette téléconférence présentera un bref survol du programme d’assurance de la qualité ainsi que les composants de l’évaluation de l’exercice. La téléconférence est planifiée à 12:00 23 avril 2014. FORM

  • Leadership Team

    Anne Coghlan RN, MScN Executive Director & Chief Executive Officer ED@cnomail.org   Janet Anderson RN, MEd  Chief Quality OfficerCQO@cnomail.org Stephen Mills BASc, CPA, CMA Chief Administrative OfficerCAO@cnomail.org   Directors Managers Elizabeth HorlockDirector,Human Resources Paul...

  • CNO Organizational Structure

  • QA Case Example

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  • Profile-QACommitteevF.pdf

  • Martha Castor - JB82863

    The Member admitted that she engaged in professional misconduct by: engaging in conduct or performing an act, relevant to the practice of nursing that, having regard to all the circumstances, would reasonably be regarded by members of the profession as unprofessional in that the Member failed to participate after being selected by the Quality...

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